Alton Towers Tickets

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Alton Towers Resort 2 Day Ticket

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Adults £50.41
Children £45.61
(4 - 11 yrs)

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What: Theme park.

Where: Staffordshire, UK.

Availability: Daily from March to November.

Start Time: 10am.

Don’t Miss: The chance to visit one of the most exciting and popular theme parks in Europe!

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Alton Towers Tickets

Wonders never cease at Alton Towers Resort, the UK’s number one theme park with something for the whole family to enjoy, whether it’s gentle thrills or pure adrenalin-pumping rollercoasters!

Swashbuckle your way through Mutiny Bay, join Charlie on his amazing journey through the Chocolate Factory, plummet into Oblivion.... and much more!

With over 50 rides and attractions, you're guaranteed a day to remember, so book your Alton Towers tickets today.

Download your own Alton Towers Resort map, which will make planning your day even easier!

CBeebies Land

CBeebies Land at Alton Towers is specially designed for children aged 2-6! With rides, immersive play areas, live experiences, character appearances and more, it’s a fun, safe environment for pre-schoolers to play and learn.

Jump on-board “My First Coaster with The Octonauts” – a rollercoaster adventure which takes little thrill seekers on a rescue mission with Captain Barnacles and their favourite Octonauts characters.

Rides and shows at CBeebies Land include:

  • In The Night Garden Magical Boat Ride
  • Mr Bloom’s Allotment
  • Something special Sensory Garden
  • Tree Fu Tom Training Camp
  • The Numtums Number-Go-Round
  • Charlie and Lola
  • CBeebies Land Photo Studio
  • Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure
  • Big Fun Showtime
  • Postman Pat Parcel Post
  • Get Set Go Tree Top Adventure
  • Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic Factory
  • Nina’s Science Lab

Alton Towers Rides and Attractions:

Alton Towers Resort offers a mind-blowing mix of fantastic rides and attractions offering fun for all ages.

Explore the hidden shipwreck at Sharkbait Reef by SEA LIFE, feel the speed of Rita, and enjoy the turbulent, twisting frenzy of Nemesis.

Thirteen

Thirteen is based on the discovery of an unearthed ancient burial site in an unexplored woodland area in Alton Towers Resort known as the Dark Forest.

Dare to take a petrifying ride on Thirteen, venturing into the seemingly living and breathing Dark Forest. There you will face an unknown horror that has been unleashed from the ancient crypt deep beneath Alton Towers Resort.

The ride combines the ultimate elements of physical and psychological fear - to create what experts are dubbing a 'psychoaster'.

Cloud Cuckoo Land

Cloud Cuckoo Land, complete with live entertainment, an amazing combination of indoor soft play activities and a fantastic range of rides and attractions for the tiniest of tots.

Sharkbait Reef by SEA LIFE

Join Captain Black and explore the hidden capsule of Sharkbait Reef by SEA LIFE, where you will come face to face with a myriad of fascinating creatures.

Ice Age Cinema

Located in the Cloud Cuckoo Land Theatre, this attraction is based on the third movie in the blockbuster series and combines 3-D footage with breathtaking physical effects including icy blasts, snow and bubbles. Fans will also be able to meet and greet with the “Ice Age” characters Sid and Scrat around the Alton Towers Resort.

Nemesis Sub-Terra

This psychologically and physically thrilling experience takes place in a dark, intense underground setting which is based around the story of the original Nemesis ride, which opened in 1994.

Nemesis Sub-Terra takes guests on a terrifying journey into the deepest, darkest location of the theme park, and is one of the resort’s most terrifying attractions.

Suitable for:
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Teenagers
Great for:
  • Thrill Seekers

Availability:

Alton Towers opens officially from the end of March through to the beginning of November.

Opening Hours:

  • The usual opening time is 10am.
  • Closing times vary at weekends and throughout the season.

Parking:

There is plenty of parking space at Alton Towers, charged at £6 per car.

Facilities and Services:

  • Alton Towers has all the facilities you need for an exciting, enjoyable day including cafes, snack bars, restaurants and shops.
  • Additional services include cash machines, wheelchair and pushchair hire, locker hire and on-site medical services.

Children:

  • Children aged under 4 enjoy free admission to Alton Towers, but must still be accounted for. If you are taking any children aged under 4, please inform guest services staff when handing in your e-ticket, and your child(ren) will be given a wristband.
  • Children aged 4-11 will require a child’s ticket

Important:

  • The ticket you purchase is ONLY valid on the day you stipulate as your departure date.
  • 2 and 3-day tickets must be used on consecutive days

Included:

General admission.

Not Included:

Transport.

Please Note: Tree Top Quest tickets do not include admission to Alton Towers theme park

The Enchanted Forest Tree Top Quest

Climb, jump and fly around this fantastic tree-top adventure in-amongst the woodlands of Alton Towers’ Enchanted Village!

You can choose how high you want to go; there’s a high ropes course for those with a head for heights and low ropes for younger children, or those who want to stay closer to the ground.

The High Ropes

Alton Towers – Tree Top Quest

  • Daredevils can swing from the treetops and zoom along zipwires at a dizzying 8m high in the air!
  • Fly through a tunnel, crawl across a barrel and climb across a boulder wall on the challenging high ropes course.
  • Navigate your way across transverse nets, swing tyres, stepping stones and ziplines before hurtling back down to earth on the thrilling 85m zipwire!
  • The High Ropes experience will last up to 1 hour and is suitable for anyone over 1.4m tall and over 11 years old.

The Low Ropes

  • Why should the little ones miss out on all the fun?? The Low Ropes course is perfect for younger children and those who want to keep their feet a little bit closer to the ground.
  • A smaller version of the High Ropes experience, this course stands up to 5m high with lots of thrills, challenge and adventures.
  • The Low Ropes experience is between 30-45 minutes and is suitable for anyone over 1m tall and over 6 years old.

Important Information

  • The Tree Top Quest is open all year round until dusk.
  • The quietest times to take the Tree Top Quest is between 11am - 3pm
  • The maximum weight allowance to participate is 120kg / 19 stone

Age Restrictions – High Ropes:

  • Suitable for age 11 and over
  • 1 paying adult (over 18) can supervise up to 4 children aged 11-12 or over.
  • 1 adult (over 18) can supervise up to 6 children aged 13 or over from the ground
  • 14-17 year-olds can go unaccompanied
  • Minimum height: 1.4 metres

Age Restrictions – Low Ropes:

  • Suitable for age 6 and over
  • Children aged 6 & 7 must be individually accompanied on the course by a paying adult (over 18)
  • 1 adult (over 18) can supervise up to 6 children aged 8-12 from the ground
  • Over-14s can go unaccompanied
  • Minimum height: 1 metre

Safety Information

  • All participants will receive a safety briefing and instruction from an instructor before starting the course.
  • All participants must wear a safety harness, which attaches them to an overhead wire.
  • Helmets are mandatory and must be worn at all times whilst on the course.
  • A team of instructors is on-hand should you require help or advice.

What to wear:

  • Sensible shoes (trainers or walking boots are ideal), no open-toed or high heeled shoes.
  • Skirts are not permitted on the course
  • No hand or wrist jewellery
  • Long hair must be tied back.

Disabled Access:

  • Tree Top Quest courses require a degree of physical fitness and reasonable level of mobility & co-ordination. Whether or not you are able to take part will depend on your disability.
  • Partially sighted, blind and deaf guests must be accompanied by a carer to provide assistance Unfortunately due to the nature of the courses non- ambulant guests cannot be accommodated.
  • Not suitable for expectant mothers, guests suffering from heart conditions or sufferers of back, neck or leg problems.
  • Asthmatics must have their inhaler with them at all times and it must be securely attached. Any climbers with Asthma that do not have the correct medication to treat them will be unable to climb on the day
  • A risk acknowledgement & disclaimer is to be signed by all guests before participation

Facilities:

  • Small lockers are available free of charge to store valuables

Address:

Alton Towers Resort, Alton, Staffordshire, ST10 4DB.

Transport:

  • The train stations nearest to the Alton Towers Resort are Stoke-on-Trent, Derby and Uttoxeter.
  • If you are travelling by car, the resort is between the M1 and the M6.
Alton Towers Tickets is rated 4.25 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from staff not that friendly or welcoming to park it was great as the park was quiet and the children got to go on lots of rides with minimal waiting. the level of service in various places was less than standard and dampened the two days . on arrival the express car park attendant was acting like he did not want to be there and was quite unhelpful - the man on the ticket desk was not enraging into my questions at all - hot dog hut near air , was always understaffed and they could not cope with a small queue . the burger kitchen was a joke as far as service goes , there were plenty of people there but did not seem to know what was going on , people standing at the tills but could not serve us - it was very quiet and not what I would expect from a fast food outlet ! I feel disappointed to have spent £177 on tickets and two days of express parking to have a mediocre experience . I think a focus needs to go on service as the park is vey quiet and they should look after the guests they have coming in
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Brilliant day out at Alton Towers. The discount made it even better value for money.
Date published: 2014-05-06
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Alton Towers Tickets is rated 4.25 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from staff not that friendly or welcoming to park it was great as the park was quiet and the children got to go on lots of rides with minimal waiting. the level of service in various places was less than standard and dampened the two days . on arrival the express car park attendant was acting like he did not want to be there and was quite unhelpful - the man on the ticket desk was not enraging into my questions at all - hot dog hut near air , was always understaffed and they could not cope with a small queue . the burger kitchen was a joke as far as service goes , there were plenty of people there but did not seem to know what was going on , people standing at the tills but could not serve us - it was very quiet and not what I would expect from a fast food outlet ! I feel disappointed to have spent £177 on tickets and two days of express parking to have a mediocre experience . I think a focus needs to go on service as the park is vey quiet and they should look after the guests they have coming in
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Brilliant day out at Alton Towers. The discount made it even better value for money.
Date published: 2014-05-06
  • 2015-08-29T08:46CST
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